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♪ a fox urgeent. developing story in the southwestern part of our nation. new video of an eerie scene in arizona as wildfires burn uncontrolably. the governor calling it unbelievable and frightening. i am harris faulkner, we are live as fox reports tonight. fire officials have zero containment of the walo fire despite firefighters working through the night to contain it. crews tapping in resources from oregon and new york. the fire burning near the new
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mexicitate line and pars of southern colorado. people in small communities forced to evacuate their homes. no serious injuries have been reported since the fire started. the walo fire is not the only one in that state. the crews in the southeastern united states is the horseshoe two fire. it has been burning since may 8th. weather conditions could kick it back up again. we are monitoring the stories and fires out of the arizona. our meteorologist maria molina will bring us the forecast including dry thunderstorms that could be a problem there. also on the fox report tonight: deadly clashes. marking 44 years to the day
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since the start of a war that forever changed the middle east. fox journalist in the center of the action. >> tear gas is fired. >> in minutes we go live to israel for the latest. and watch those hands. a crack down on the pat down. >> i am not for it. >> the idea is offensive to me. >> that they would be grabbing my private parts. >> fox reports on the effort to punish tsa agents accused of crossing the line between security and privacy. >> he priveded countless advice to an american president . now henry kisser in a new job with sports? >> and first deadly violence alongg israel border with syria.
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syria reported the death was 20 people. reports are that may they are amassing at the border. israel won control of the golan heights and today israeli troops fired at a crew of protestors trying to break through the fence. israeli army said they were hurling fire bombs. they managed to cut through the coiled wire and go into the buffer zone. israel said syria is trying to deflect the unrest in their country. they did not keep them from reaching the fence. rena is live in jers lemm. >> hi, harris. report that is land mines exploded in the israel-syrian border in the golan heights.
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a lot of attention taken on the border and here in the west bank, we have also heard as you mentioned clashes taking place. palestinians are saying all of this activity is momentum to a future palestinian state. >> the first clash began when the palestinian are marking the day and when took over the clashes continue here . and he wanted to come at the checkpoint. it is the main israeli checkpoint. they had crossed in the area only to be pushed back by israeli forces with stun grenades and tear gas.
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we are getting word on the israel and syria border that palestinians tried to cross that border and israeli forces fired back despite the fact the lebanon and syria government announced they would close the border with israel to make sure they didn't cross over. >> palestinians said if the israeli government doesn't move toward creating a palestinian state, they will go to the united nations in september and ask them to declare one. >> i can imagine, it is a long day for awe all of the forces to keep it at bay. what sense are you getting there? >> that's a good question, harris. a lot of the pro palestinian protestors are saying that they are going to come increasing number and thousand by bus load and they are going to have a sit in and that the
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protest and activity expected to continue in the coming day. we'll have to see if they have the stamina and stomoch for it to continue. we move to yemen on the arabian peninsula. the president there was injured in a rocket attack on the mosque grounds. tonight we have video of the mosque. you can see the debris on the floor. president selah blaming tribal rivals that left some dead and others wounded. selah is now in saudi arabia where he underwent surgery to take out splintered wood. the scene here in yemen. joyful crowds. they are hoping that selah will stay out permanently. >> the white house tonight
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doing damage control. the president's top economic advisor pushing back against critics after a flood of bad news on the economy. the latest job reports slowing and unemployment kicking up to 9.1 percent and home prices falling 4.2 percent in the first quarter of the year . consumer confidence is worsening as people feel the strain of rising food and gas prices. the dow jones industrial average on a five-week losing streak that. is the longgest since 2004. with all of this, critics asking if the white house policies are working? >> the economy is a million miles from where it was when president obama took office. that is from alen goldsby.
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he said his boss kept us out of the a second great depression. >> i think the president's plan. there is a plan and it has been working. we have been adding jobs significantly over the course of the year. we faced a stiff head wind and this was a tough month, but i don't think we should abandon the idea of getting the private sector set up. >> speaker boehner said the president is crushing small business owners with taxes that are too high and regulations that are too tough and politicians that are -- and the it is time for the president to work with the gop now. >> this week, i urged him to change course and work with us on our plan for new jobs and economic growth in our country, we hope he takes us occupy the invitation. we are serious about creating
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jobs in america but can't raise taxes and keep spending money we don't have. >> speaking of money we don't have. goolsbee said it is not an alarm clock. we must raise it speaker boehner said it is not going to happen without big-time spending cuts aattached. >> why aren't u.s. companies going on a hiring binge if the recession is supposed to be over? in a moment answers from the fox network. >> tonight marking seven years since president reagan passed away. nancy reagan placed flower in the presidential library in simi valley today. he is a man who revitalized the republican party. president reagan was 93 when he died on this day. >> a new suspect in the deadly
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via colori out break in europe. what food health officials say may be to blame. and the house of a country music star up in flames. we are learning who was inside at the time and how it possibly started. >> ever been picked at random for a pat down. one state want to outlaw those kinds of searches, but the federal government appear ready to fight back. with arthr. and a choice. take tylenol now, and maybe up to 8 in a day. or...choose aleve and 2 pills for a day free of pain. enjoy the flight.
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apprentice. >> if lawmaker in texas get their way you will be able to fly in and out of the texas without the chance of randon pat downs. agents would need probable cause otherwise they would face stiff fines and jail time. >> national security or a violation of privacy. we'll let you decide. one group called texans for accountable government is backing a bill that makes intrusive pat downs a crime. they are putting pressure on lawmakers to revisit the bill. not only banning pat counsels in airport security lines but tsa agents would get slapped with charges. the republicans with drew the support and the of flight cancs. the bill died senate.
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supporters believe that pat downs without prabicable cause violate constitutional rights. >> i will never allow myself to be subjected to disgusting and abusive power. >> grabbing my private parts. and the complaints against the tsa is piling up. >> look at a newly released photothat a baby got a full body scan. workers there were doing their job the tsa said . the former miss usa complaining about her pat down. >> they are making me choose to get molested, that's what i feel like or go through this machine. if the bill doesn't pass, some say they will look at other
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travel options and others say they are for it to keep it safe. >> remember the don't touch my junk gentleman who made it a national issue. thank you, july. -- julie. >> latest in the e-coli out break. they are looking at breen sprouts and the number of people dead from eating contaminated vegetables jumping again. the head of the national disease control think that 22 died and 2000 are sick and 600 that developed a rare condition that can cause kidney failure. experts are identifying local low grown bean sprouts as the likely cause of the deadly bacteria outbreak. >> a heartwarming show of
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>> arizona fighting massive wild fires. crews battling the third largest fire in the state's history. they have zero containment for the wallow fire.
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144,000 acres on fire. sending smoke in new mexico and parts of southern colorado . firefighters are battling another fire in the southern part of the state. the horse shoe two fire and making it fifth largest in state history . in arizona where there is a strong need for water. in iowa the trouble is flooding. 600 people told to leave their homes after a levee was breached in missouri . south dakota water gushing through all 14 flood gates of the dam. right now it is released 100,000 cubic phot per second in the missouri river. >> hi, harris. we are watching the two big stories and drought conditions and helping to feed the wildfires and excess of water in the northern plains.
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fire in the four corners and nevada, what is going on out here, we are warm temperatures and low humidity levels and windy conditions. any wildfires that get sparked up are difficult to contain. the winds help them pred rapidly. we are looking at breezy condition in the day. winds gusting up to 35 miles per hour and it is going to get worse on monday. right now, no rain and you can see the pop up thunderstorms that are firing nup the western portion of the staste new mexico. there is lightning stry strike you will see a new wildfires spark up. there is a storm system off of the coast of california. it is going to head northeast ward. we'll see the winds picking up and they will be gusting up to 45 miles per hour and that rain will head montana and
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dacotas where we don't need to see additional prep prepp. they are areas that are dealing with flooding x. number of flooding in effect. and flash flood watches in the missouri river. we are seeing water levels high up. when the storm moves in the direction over the next several days . we'll see the precipitation falling in areas that don't need the rain . bulk in western parts of montana and harris and dacotas and missouri river. you don't need it see the additional rainfall here. >> maria thank you very much. more weather to talk about now. a deadly storm system ripped over indiana and mound state park in indianapolis . look at the damage, one tree. it crushed a van with four people inside killing one and injurying the others. fallen trees hit homes and blocking roadways.
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the winds left more than 40 thousand people without electrical power. >> the clean up in full-swing in minnesota. thousands turning out in minneapolis to help the city recovery from the may twister. the cheen up efforts attracting people not affected by the storm. >> people not even in minneapolis and helping people like me, awesome. >> great heart. >> the volunteers helped to dispose of more than 180,000 pounds of debris and litter. >> is the author of going rogue going to make a run for the white house. sarah palin sat down with chris wallace and answered direct questions. what is her next move now that her bus tour is over. >> ripping iturped the
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now settling in her new home in arizona . sitting down for an interview on fox news sunday. chris wallace is asking the former governor what the tour was all about and is she leading to a run. >> chris wallace asked if palin's recent tour got her closer to a decision. it she leaning one way or the other. >> still right there in the middle, chris. still trying to figure out the lay of the land will be. >> palin had been on a bus tour of historical sites . her tour bus pulled in new hampshire at the same time mitt romney was making official his bid for the presidency. here's what palestinian said. >> i apologized if i stepped
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on the pr that mitt romney needed or wanted. i didn't mean totep on anyone's toes. >> palin said romney will have a challenge with republican voters because of the health care law he chose in massachusetts. romney said he would try to repeal obama's health care law. >> adding jobs to the private sector, that's the plan from the white house following a disappointing jobs report. it shows 54,000 jobs were created and that is the slowest month of hering since last fall. arthur goolsbee said today, we have to look at the big picture. >> don't look just at one job report. you want to look at a trend to get a active barometer and the
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overall direction yes, some what slow from the stiff head winds of the gas prices and event in japan and europe. over all, we haved added a million job in the private sector. >> elizabeth mcdonald is here. liz, he said look at the bigger picture. that has scary stuff. >> this is one of the worst job reports since the recovery two years ago. we have lost 2.5 million jobs since president obama office . 6.8 million sunshine si2007. there is a real political problem for the president now. reagan was reelected with a jobless rate of 7.2 percent. we saw the jobless rate inch up to 9.1 . fdr was elected with unemployment 14.percent.
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but it is rare to get elected above 7.2. he has to convince the american people the was worth it. >> two and half million jobs lost in the current president obama. how many jobs need to be created. >> 300,000 a month some economist say and gdp. >> 300,000. >> and we created 54,000 >> yes. that's correct. we are seeing growth rates of 2.8 percent . let's back up. arthur goolsby is right japan hurt automanufacturing parts. but other presidents had to deal with incidents . weather events, but you have to say how do we get economic
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growth in our country. shouldn't that be priorit number one. we had a extraordinary rare event. >> let's concentrate on jobs right now. the white house saying it would try to cret's them in the private sector. >> they are freezing up because what we heard and seen it from polls and ceo's. they are concerned about the rules that come out of health reform and finance reform. they don't know. many of the rules are yet to be written, harris . they worry about regulation and the tax code. the complexity of the tax code is making them say we'll have to wait on hiring. >> that's not new. that uncertainty exist every time the administration changes. businesses sit on the outside and it is unfortunate about the timing right now. >> i don't mean to sound like a downer, but reading the
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housing prices today. gosh, it is depressing. we are getting back to the numbers that we were a decade ago. >> house prices is down to the 2002 levels . look at house prices doubling. >> and that's true. >> 1999 and upward. we have a powerful manufacturing base of twen percent bigger than the one in china. it was ranked as a separate economy and bigger than south korea and mexico and france . i have to tell you something, health and education services, we have powerful engines in the economy. they want more certainty and confidence in the recovery. >> you see silver linings there and put a smile on people's face. >> good to see you. >> and a follow up now on the connecticut teen who was told he couldn't go to the senior
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program after putting the huge card board sign asking a girl to be his date. he got the girl and the date. since the school reversed the decision to ban him from prom, cade took her to the dance. >> we put it in the past . we are here to provide i safe can fun evening for the students. >> james tate and his date made it on to the royal court at prom. >> unusual hit man . two stops as we go across america. >> ohio, this-daughter duo arrested after allegedly attempting to hire a hit man to kill her exhusband.
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they used facebook to search for someone to do the crime. >> we got a call from an informant last friday and said he was contacted from a high school friend and she was complaining about issues she had with her exhusband. >> authorities used an undercover officer pretenting and gave her evidence. police arrested them on conspiracy of aggravating murder. a heated confrontation breaking out in columbus. the driver asked a passenger to stop swearing. is she refused and the driver pulled over and the passenger started to get physical . the driver kept his hands to himself but not his emotions .
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>> i am sorry it happened and went down that way. it was not my character. >> new york, strong winds taking three play bounce houses and the inside of them on a wild righted. witnesses say they rose several feet off of the ground . 13 people suffered minor injuries. >> talk about a dog. canines catching wave in an annual dog surfing competition. >> six of them waxing up the board and getting the paws wet. it raised money for charity. each pup show casing its style. >> and we showed you the fires burning in arizona. one is planning a path of destruction at the rate of the 54,000 acres a day.
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>> in alabama, thousands of people turning out for the commissioning of the navy's newest war ship. >> the cannon fire they heard in mobile bay was our way of saying welcome to alabama. >> the uss william p. lawrence docking in the port of the mobile. the crew of the 1.2 billion guided missile enjoyed pomp and circumstance. >> it is the world. we are glad to be a part. >> i am just lost for words.
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>> everybody looked so beautiful in their whites. it was a great experience. >> commissions are great. we had an opportunity to show off for all of our friend and neighbors. >> it is named after vice admiral william lawrence who was shot down over veit nam in 19scen and spent six years in a prisonor of war camp. he passed away at 75 years old. >> one soldier died in an insurgent attack. and helicopterer crash killed two others. nato saying there were no signs of taliban activity in either incident. all of this coming as defense secretary gates is in the middle of a farewell visit in
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afghanistan. he is meeting with troops and laying out the vision. they are streaming live from kabul. >> secretary of defense robert gates talked to american marines and sold yerse in kandahar. at one point he was visibly choked up as he thanked them for l service and talked to them about current security situation in afghanistan and progress that is made. earlier today he returned to kabul to meet with the top american military commander general david petraeus. number one issue while they are visiting is the proposed draw down of american troops beginning on the 1st. secretary want to see a modest draw down in afghanistan. white house and other senior lawmakers want to see a significant draw down. that is one of the issues they
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are debate talking about while second gates is here in afghanistan. one of the things he did say. he will keep the combat fighters and trigger pullers here to help improve security. if anyone is leaving the country over the next few months, it will be support members and also other soldiers and marines not actively engaged in the combat operations here in afghanistan. that's the issue gates and petraeus will have over with the white house. the main focus for secretary gate system to thank the troops. he will meet with other service members in tan stan and senior and u.s. afghan officials. >> conner powell, thank you very much. >> an explosion in a crowded downtown neighborhood injuries dozens was people .
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we go around the world in 80 seconds. >> kenya, an explosion in downtown nirobi killing 29 people. they are investigating whether it is an act of terrorism. kenya is on high alert since the death of osama bin laden because of neighboring samollia. >> russia, wildfires in siberia spreading an alarming rate. government officials say 64,000 acres burned so far, if that is accurate would be 54,000 torched in 24 hours. we are told that the fires are not threatening the villages or towns. >> india. hundreds of police officers raiding a hunger strike. they removed the guru leading the strike and thousands of supporters it is aimed at
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bringing awareness and rooting out corruption in india. >> germany. waiters and waitresses racing in ber lin, the goal not spill their pans of water or cups was coffee. the event started after world war ii to park a return to normalcy. that is a wrap around 80 seconds. >> hackers behind a cyber attack with a game company coming forward and claiming responsibility. >> plus, a new study revealing how much money to fund services for illegal imgrans. at the same time they are cutting services for u.s. citizens. you will not believe the price tag.
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>> the latest on the cyber attack on video game nintendo. hackers failed to acess customer personal investigation. they posted nintendo sensitive computer code on the web and they did it for fun. a recent cyb are attac on rival sony compromised e-mail and birthday and addresses of 100 million users. >> in california, a new idea to ease the billion dollar budget short fall. a new study finding that the golden state spending billion
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on services for illegal immigrants. critics questioning if that is the best use for tax payer money. casey stegal has more live from los angeles. casey. >> harris, money is not flowing here in california. the state is working to close an lenn billion dollar budget gap so programs and services were cut. the state looks at ways to save the money. some are looking at the cost of providing services to undocumented residents. according to the department of homeland security 1 perform 2 million immigrants call california home. billions of taxpayer dollars are wasted each year on that segment of the population. >> we are shocked to see how many services go to illegal aliens in a time when the state is bleeding red ink.
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there will be a reconsideration of how california spends tax money. >> how much are we talking here? >> the state commissioned a nonpartisan study and found four and half billion are spent on providing certain services to illegal imgrapt. education among the highest. two billion educating kids whose parents are in the country illegally. but many undocumented citizens do pay taxes and they say that the numbers are not factored into the studies. undocumented and citizen and legal residents they make up one of had third of the labor force . in addition to that, they contribute to the economy and in regards to a income taxes and purchasing power. >> no matter how you look at it. they agree on one thing saying
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>> yes, the international soccer committee to come in and help with the corruption. they approached 88 year old henry kissinger to come in and assist and they want to go in the master. and the nobel peace prize winner. 88 years young. >> when you bring someone like that in you have to listen. >> resume is there and he has the voice in the room. >> the other big decision u.s. right to televise the right to the olympic. >> nbc had the rights to the olympics. but switzerland. make that day, we'll know who is covering the 2014 and abc and espn and nbc and comcast and right here on fox. >> broadcast fox. that is tuesday 7:00. >> swiss time. >> we can do the math on that.
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>> a-rod and cameron dias. i usuallyy don't follow the romance. but they have been out there and made acul . now break up time. >> cameron fed aaron on fox last year. they are on the outs, that is the rumor. >> oh, really. they are on the outs and arod is a single man again. >> keith, thank you very much. >> we always have love for you on the fox report. >> on this day in 1968 an assassins bullet struck down senator kennedy. he just finished announcing his victory in the california primary when surhan, surhan fired the bullet. rfkep remembered for his successful political endeavors and

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